Design Master
Scholarships 2016

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Scuola Politecnica di Design wants to thank everyone for participating this year in our edition of “Design Master Scholarships 2016”. The jury is honored to announce the winners of the student competition “Design students make a better world“.

Congratulations to Giuseppe Galletta (Master in Product Design), Aleksander krupa (Transportation and Car Design) and Gregorio Palmieri (Web and Digital Design).Thanks to the quality of the projects we decided to assign two scholarships in Visual Design to Henrique Iamarino e Maria Francisca Garcia Araya and two scholarships (50%) in Interior Design to Hamid Reza Sepehri and ​ Daniel Falcon Garcia.

SPD's jury is investigating some technical aspects of the received projects for the scholarships in Interior Design. We reserve a few days to communicate the results.

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An abandoned warehouse is adapted according to the new conditions of a constantly changing site. The goal is to improve and strengthen social interaction in a friendly and healthy atmosphere. It encourages reconciliation and provides temporary shelter to vulnerable people.

“Breather” is a sustainable project using recycled resources. The structure provides those in need with ability to feed themselves, socialize and learn. The project aims to raise awareness by actively portray the tremendous potential of sustainability initiatives.

In fact the re use of adapting existing structures is a viable and socially responsible alternative to demolition and replacement. The ideal scenario is to replicate this project in multiple cities over the world. This would reduce the urban sprawl by providing many benefits to exposed communities.

6 thoughts on “breather”

  1. Matt Foley says:

    Your design does seem to fulfill specific economic, environmental and social need of many urban communities worldwide. Good work.

  2. Maria Fernanda says:

    This project is not only cool because of its design, but because it goes beyond the practice! It is the kind of architecture that influence social conditions to make positive changes in our lives.

  3. Reachel says:

    Love it!

  4. Catalina says:

    Thank you very much for your comments. I really appreciate them.

    It has been a great oportunity to remind our true role and values through design!

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